In 1970 Lawrence, Kansas based science fiction author and KU professor James Gunn produced a series of 16mm films based on the various aspects of writing science fiction, the series was called "Science Fiction In Literature". James Gunn asked the leading authors in science fiction at that time to participate, each bringing a different topic to the film series. For science fiction films James Gunn went to the home of Forest J. Ackermann and shot him speaking about science fiction in... Topics: Forest J. Ackermann, James Gunn, Science Fiction, Science Fiction Films, Unversity of Kansas,...
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Archival video footage from the Bread and Puppet Theater community, including performances and preparation for their productions. Circus Day Early morning hanging banners; (some tape damage here). Banners: SEE; INSURRECTION; 5:37 great shot of line of people carrying a pole; 5:50 Iowo Jima shot; sledgehammer 7:39; Big Dave; wide shot from bread house and banners down hill; helpers in bread house; 13:12 Peter making bread; kneading dough; loading oven; nice fire inside with loaves going in;... Topics: Bread and Puppet, Kaolin Kinsey, Michael Romanyshyn, banners, bread, pine forest, email, cows,... Source: BetacamSP >Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
In 1970 University of Kansas professor James Gunn interviewed a seriesof science fiction authors for his Centron film series "Science Fiction in Literature". This footage from an unreleased film in that series featuring an interview with Rod Serling, which wasn't finished due to problems with obtaining rights to show footage from Serling's work in television. This reconstruction is based on the original workprint footage that was saved on two separate analog sources since the audio... Topics: Rod Serling, James Gunn, University of Kansas, Sci Fi, Science Fiction, Televsion writing,...